Raise your English reading skills/提升你的英语阅读技巧 (中英对照 ）
不要匆忙的就直接阅读。在你开始阅读前，先看一下标题及图片。这将给予你对于主题有很好的想法 , 并想想你已经得知的讯息。下一步，推测一下这篇文章在说什么,想想你要学什么，然后写下大概遇到的问题。为阅读自我准备是一种让你预测到下一页的方式。
现在你已经对于主题有一般的了解，你可以开始你的阅读了。开始后就不要停止阅读全篇文章。你目前不需要担心细节, 刚开始的时候，你应该试著抓到主旨在说什么, 这就是skimming。当你阅读完全部文章后，想想看你理解并且记住了多少。
Do you break out into a sweat when you have to read in English? Staring at a page full of unfamiliar words can be overwhelming, even for the most confident of readers. Here are five useful tips that can help make reading a rewarding experience rather than a dreaded chore.
Never rush straight into reading. Before you begin, look at the title and any pictures. This will give you a good idea of the topic. Think about what you already know. Next, predict what the reading will be about. Think about what you want to learn and write down any questions you may have. Preparing yourself for the reading in this way will get you started before the first page is even turned.
At first sight
Now that you've got a general idea of the topic, you can begin. Read the entire text over once without stopping. Don't worry about the details just yet. In the beginning, all you should be trying to do is get a feeling for the main idea. This is called skimming. When you're done, think about how much you've understood and remembered.
It's all in the details
Remember those questions you wrote down before? Now it's time to find the answers. Read the text again, but this time, read it slowly and carefully. Look for any words or phrases that relate to your questions. This is called scanning. If you come across anything else that's interesting and important, underline that too. Once you're finished, you should have a fuller understanding of the text.
Words, words, words!
You don't have to understand every single word to understand the text. Pick out key words or phrases you don't know and write them down. But don't reach for the dictionary just yet! Try to guess the word's meaning from context - the words or phrases around it. After you've taken a guess, go ahead and use the dictionary to see how close you were. You might be pleasantly surprised!
By this time, you should be familiar with the text. Read it one more time. You can now focus on any unusual grammar structures or sentence styles. When you've finished, sit back and think about everything you've just learned. That wasn't so difficult, was it?